This Saturday, February 1st has dawned so sad for football fans we have met the death of Luis Aragones. The former coach of the Spanish national football team died in Madrid Cemtro Clinic issued a statement indicating a blood disease as a cause of death.
Aragones, who was 75, was a very important figure in the world of football as a player and coach. The Sage of Hortaleza passed by many teams but among them stands his stint as coach for the team and his career as a coach and player of Atletico Madrid, the team he played over 350 games and scored over 170 goals.
With Atletico Aragones got three league titles and two Cups besides scoring the goal in that European Cup final against Bayern that they narrowly escaped. As a coach also happened to Atletico Madrid, FC Barcelona, Valencia, Sevilla or Mallorca adding 757 matches officiated in the league and winning a League Four Cups or Supercup Spain. Read more »